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Who We Are

Community Combined and Kidz Power Pacs

Who We Are

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Community Combined Ministries, Inc. is a Christian faith based ministry, is organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes as defined in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, including but not limited to the following: To follow the vision God has given and bring communities together to work in “unity”. To help spread His word, love and grace while helping our fellow neighbors by providing food and any other such services as may be needed in a charitable manner to needy children and/or families in Berkeley County and elsewhere.

The ministries included in Community Combined Ministries’ service shall be: Kidz Power Pacs, a weekend, break and summer feeding program for school aged children, and all and everything necessary, suitable and proper for the accomplishment of any of the charitable purposes mentioned, either alone or in association with any other corporations, firms or individuals.

“Feeding Children, Souls and Empowering the Communities with HIS love”


Diana Jones Wall, Founder / President

Diana “Jones” Wall was born and raised in Berkeley County, WV where she has been active in ministry since her youth. She is happily married and the mother of five beautiful children. She and her husband, Danny, have spent time to El Salvador to help spread God’s word through a feeding program, street ministry, and working with construction crews.

In 2007, God gave her the vision of working closely with our local schools to help feed the children and their families. Since that time, God has abundantly blessed this calling, her efforts as well as that of the board and the hundreds of local volunteers to grow Community Combined Ministries (CCM).

Diana utilizes her administration talents and skills she has garnered from running her own home business for nine years, as well as years of professional experience in negotiating with merchandisers, managers, and customers in addition to her current role as office manager for her husband’s businesses, Apex Custom Homes LLC and DLW Enterprises LLC. She pulls from her professional background experience and combines that with her willing heart to serve God and strong desire to feed our local children’s stomachs and souls as she leads CCM as President.

Danny Wall, Vice President

Danny was born and raised in Berkeley County, WV where he has been active in ministry since his youth. He is happily married and the father of five beautiful children. Danny has operated his own building and rental business since the age of 19, and has helped many local churches to build or remodel using his God given talents, materials and time. He also served as a team leader and mentor on many youth mission trips.

Danny loves to serve and has traveled to Mexico and El Salvador on numerous mission trips. In El Salvador, he and his wife, Diana, spent time helping spread God’s word through a feeding program, street ministry, and working with construction crews. In 2007, Danny was called into ministry, and with his wife, work side by side, being actively involved in all aspects of CCM/KPP. Danny and Diana call Valley View Chapel home, but you may see them at your local church as they travel sharing about the ministry.

Becky Fauble, Secretary / Marketing Coordinator

“Bec” along with her husband Joey recently moved back to Martinsburg from Winchester, VA.  Since their move to Winchester several years ago, Bec continued to return to Berkeley County to serve with CCM/KPP. Professionally, Bec has over 30 years of experience as a professional freelance graphic designer and is faithful and honored to bring her talents and services to the ministry to help promote and share Gods vision. Bec is an active member of Valley View Chapel, Martinsburg, WV.

You will always see Bec running around packings snapping pics to share, smiling and more! She and Joey also provide the tasty breakfast goodies, beverages and more to “power-up” the volunteers for the tasks ahead that day. “KPP is my family. I truly enjoy packings and love sharing. There is no better feeling than serving side-by-side / arm-in-arm with my KPP family in what God has called us each for.” Bec has served with CCM/KPP for over seven years and is faithfully committed in her role and stands firm with the CCM/KPP vision and mission statement. “We are called to be His hands and feet. There is no better feeling than knowing you are doing what God has called you to do and make a difference in our community.”

Michelle Duerr, Community Liaison

Michelle Duerr has been a volunteer with Community Combined Ministries for over 5 years. During her time of serving, she has actively participated in numerous roles including food delivery, outreach events, summer program, and is active in all aspects of the monthly packings.

Michelle has a strong personal desire to see “hope revived” in our community. “I have personally seen lives transformed by offering genuine tender loving care and meeting basic needs.”

Michelle and her husband, Breese, have 4 children that attend Berkeley County Schools. They each have shared first hand accounts of children’s reactions who receive Kids Power Pacs. The extra care given brings a smile from the children as well as a undisguised burst of joy. She knows first hand that KPP plays a vital role in our schools and is sometimes the only source of nourishment as well as hope.

Besides serving as a “Community Liaison” with Community Combined Ministry, Michelle also serves at New Hope Church in Inwood, WV. She has been the Family Care Leader for the past 7 years. This is yet another area that she gets the honor and joy of serving in crisis situations.

Michelle has a deep love of children and community and truly wants to see them both flourish.

Shannon Masters, Community Liaison

Shannon has lived in Berkeley County since she was a child. She married her high school sweetheart, Buck, and they are blessed with two delightful children. Shannon is an occupational therapist and does parent coaching with families in early intervention. “I love to serve others.”

Ashley Alderman, Accountant